Planning a weekly coffeehouse at the Trinity Church Parish House in Oak Bluffs, organizers are seeking performers from the Island or beyond.

The coffeehouse, to start in late November, suggests patrons bring the great conversation, and organizers will provide refreshments, taking up a free-will offering to help offset the cost.

Performers would perform free in return for this open venue. Organizers say they are open to anything respectful, family-friendly and clean.

They are considering an speciall nights devoted to open-mike karaoke; classical voice; pop songs or oldies; gospel; jazz, or everything mixed in together. Added to the program would be Improv Comedy nights, or musicians jamming with other musicians.

The organizers also are trying to gauge whether there is a need for supervised child-care so parents can have a night out, too. This is an outreach effort by the United Methodist Cooperative Ministry.

If you would be interested in performing, or would like to get more information, please call 508-645-3100.